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|Title:||Near-wall hot-wire measurements. Part II: Turbulence time scale, convective velocity and spectra in the viscous sublayer||Authors:||Khoo, B.C.
|Issue Date:||Nov-2001||Citation:||Khoo, B.C., Chew, Y.T., Teo, C.J. (2001-11). Near-wall hot-wire measurements. Part II: Turbulence time scale, convective velocity and spectra in the viscous sublayer. Experiments in Fluids 31 (5) : 494-505. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1007/s003480100304||Abstract:||This work continues the studies of Khoo et al. (Exp. Fluids 29: 448-460, 2001), where experiments were performed in turbulent-channel and flat-plate boundary-layer flows using near-wall hot-wire probes. The probability density function (pdf) of the wall-shear stress and streamwise velocity fluctuations in the viscous sublayer, buffer region and beyond were compared and analyzed. The convective velocity Uc of the streamwise velocity fluctuations in the very near-wall region was obtained using a two-point correlation technique. It was found that in the viscous sublayer, Uc is approximately constant at 13uτ and 15uτ, respectively, for the channel and boundary-layer flows. Spectra data for the viscous sublayer are presented for the first time, and the normalized spectral plots for different flow conditions collapse at high frequencies or wavenumbers, thus indicating the possible presence of small-scale universality at different Reynolds numbers. The integral time scale corresponding to the streamwise velocity fluctuations in the viscous sublayer is also presented.||Source Title:||Experiments in Fluids||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/85477||ISSN:||07234864||DOI:||10.1007/s003480100304|
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